Wolf Ranch residents have no shortage of shopping options. To accomplish your one-stop shopping needs, visit one of Colorado Springs' three malls: Chapel Hills, The Citadel
and The Promenade. With its open-air shopping, convenient and centralized parking and pet-friendly
environment, The Promenade continues to be a popular favorite for practiced shoppers.
West of Colorado Springs lays Old Colorado City,
a historical tourist district. The Michael Garman Gallery hosts Garman's unique sculptural artistry, including his 1/6-scale sculpted neighborhood. Items from his collection can be viewed and admired or purchased as gifts or souvenirs. All That Glitters showcases specially designed jewelry in its Mountain Band collection, which display romantic depictions of Rocky Mountain images on precious metal pendants. Antiques, handmade jewelry and accessories, speciality clothing, art and fine dining are all found within this district.
Wolf Ranch's residents frequent the "Big Three" of grocery stores: King Sooper, Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Market. As part of a chain, King Sooper facilitates the more traditional grocery store experience. Whole Foods Market features a wider selection, specifically regarding organic and all natural foods; however, its prices draw in higher-income regulars. Sprouts Farmers Market appeals to those seeking a cheaper alternative to Whole Foods Market with an equally wide variety. Be sure to plan your grocery trip either before 3 p.m. or after 6 p.m. because a rush occurs between those hours.